According to our research, pharaoh Thutmose III post-dated King Solomon, Thutmose being the biblical "Shishak King of Egypt" who despoiled the Temple of Yahweh shortly after Solomon's death (I Kings 14:25). See e.g. our:
Why Thutmose III can be ‘King Shishak of Egypt’
but current archaeologists present quite a different - and totally mystifying - scenario, as pointed out in this recent comment:
.... very interesting article, from April 14, 2015? Take note of the recent "Egyptian" finds recovered at Kibbutz Lahav, probably the ancient Biblical city of "Ziklag" (the one that the Philistine king Achish gave to King David). Here we have found artifacts from the 15th century BC. but can we find anything from the 10th? Oh, no! It is as if the "more ancient" activities of Thutmose III and Amenhotep III were preserved as if by magic down to our day to prove their existence, while evidence of the more recent Kings David and Solomon have faded completely away to the point where their existence can be doubted.